Indian Army hosts talent hunt and music festival at JK’s Baramulla
Baramulla (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], October 29 (ANI): The Indian army organized a talent hunt and a music festival in Dangiwacha Rafiabad, in the Baramulla district of North Kashmir.
The musical event titled “Dangiwacha Talent Hunt and Music Festival” was organized from October 18 to 27, 2021 by Rafiabad Army.
This talent hunting show and music festival has provided a platform for all local youth showcasing an immaculate cultural diaspora which is now encouraging more young people to come forward and show their talent to the whole country.
SS Major General Slaria, GOC CIF (K) and Shikha Slaria honored the occasion as guests of honor.
In total, 12 finalists were shortlisted from over a hundred applicants in various categories of song, dance, Sufi music, instrument playing, beat boxing and mimicry from Rafiabad, Baramulla, Sopore, Kupwara and Handwara, even regions the most remote.
The contestants also participated massively and danced to the famous Punjabi songs that filled the stage of the Synchronized Symphony.
The main attraction of the program were the performances of song, dance, Sufi music and instrument play, which generated a lot of enthusiasm among the participants, especially the children.
Their performance has been judged by prominent singers from Kashmir Waqar Khan, Punjabi Singer Gurjazz and Shah Zafar.
SS Major General Slaria (GOC kilo force) said: âThe message is to go ahead and get away from drugs. Get involved in studies, music and sports. The young people will show their talent outside. There were 100 participants. , the 12 participants played. They are all winners. The youth must here revive the culture of music and dance “.
âI would like to thank Indian Army 32 RR. Since COVID-19, there is no exposure because students cannot go to school. The army has held this competition here. thank the military for giving a platform to the students, âsaid Manzoor Ahmad, a local audience.
âI am grateful to all the army officers for organizing the event,â said Tarunjot Kaur, a participant.
“It’s a very good platform. You can show your talent here, whether it’s dancing or singing. I’m grateful to the military for hosting this festival,” said Jasika Kaur. “I am grateful to the Indian military for organizing this event. To keep young people away from drugs. We want to give a message to the young people of Kashmir to come forward and showcase their talent and move away from harmful addictions like drugs, âsaid Mohsin Ashraf, a participant (ANI)